Greetings from the CSCCa National Office! I sincerely hope that you and your families are doing well and are staying healthy and safe during these unprecedented times due to COVID-19.
Protein is a key macronutrient used as a building block within several processes in the body including immunity, restoration and rebuilding of tissue, hormone production, growth, and oxygen transport.
The information provided here was included in an email that was distributed last week to CSCCa members. Consequently, you may have already read it. Please be sure, however, to read the second half of this month’s message as it has important information regarding the 2021 CSCCa National Conference and our valued CSCCa Partnering Sponsors.
In place of the traditional national conference in-person format, we are offering a 2020 CSCCa Virtual National Conference option. The virtual national conference is tentatively scheduled to become available on Thursday, May 7, 2020.
We understand that everyone will have questions regarding the Spring 2020 SCCC certification exam, and we are here to answer them as best as we can. Please familiarize yourself with this information on each part of the SCCC Certification Exam.
The previous CEU cycle ran from August 1, 2016, through July 31, 2019. We are rapidly approaching the end of the first year of our current CEU cycle which runs from August 1, 2019, through July 31, 2022.
It is time, once again, for the Annual CSCCa Board of Directors Election. CSCCa By-Laws provide for staggered three-year terms for Board Members. Consequently, there are four Board of Directors positions that must be voted upon in 2020.
As we approach the national conference each year, I reflect and marvel upon the growth the CSCCa has experienced. This year is an especially important year as it is our organization’s 20th anniversary celebration.
Here’s some useful information that will help you get the most out of your Disney experience at the upcoming 2020 CSCCa National Conference.
Fad diets have taken over the nutrition industry, many of which promise quick weight loss or set guidelines that are not sustainable. One that has become increasingly more popular because of recommendations from doctors or endorsements by celebrities and athletes is intermittent fasting. Fasting is described as a voluntary or involuntary abstention from food, with food restriction being either partial or total.